Lots of mirror are not in sync with the latest updates. So we have to wait. Patience.
just after this cleanup-date , it would maybe a good idea to run
to see wich package are not installed by yourself + not in the repo anymore. So you can cleanup your system as well.
First time commenter here,
No problems on KDE 64 and Nvidia non-free.
Like Maggie, octopi-notifier is functional but can’t notify until pacman is manually synced in terminal.
I got this error on Cinnamon, kernel 4.14:
linux-rt-manjaro-nvidia: installing nvidia-utils (1:384.111-1) breaks dependency ‘nvidia-utils=1:384.98’
Everything alright here: 2 x Cinnamon kernel 4.14 Intel graphics.
Not bad at all. Yesterdays update was around 200 to 300Mb and so was todays.
And BOTH went so smoothly. VERY nice.
Keep up the good work devs!
Currently the octopi-notifier-framework package seems to be reported broken. Please try the qt5 version of it.
No issues on Cinnamon and 4.14 kernel. Thank you.
Hi, after updating I have a problem running programs with optirun:
/bin/bash: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/nvidia/libGL.so.1: undefined symbol: __GLXGL_CORE_FUNCTIONS
Is there a way to automate the cleanup or we just have to remove/replace all the ones in the list, mine is kinda long.
Which branch are you on and if you use the nvidia driver, which version of libglvnd do you use?
You can roll the dice and do:
pacman -Qmdq | sudo pacman -Rncs -
but you’d have to feel lucky to do it.
I’m on the stable branch and I have libglvnd 0.2.999+g4ba53457-3
Thanks for your help!
Please install v1.0.0 and report back:
sudo pacman -U http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/pool/sync/libglvnd-1.0.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz http://repo.manjaro.org.uk/pool/sync/lib32-libglvnd-1.0.0-1-x86_64.pkg.tar.xz
Everything works ok now, thank you!
@feelnopain: thx for your feedback. I’ve removed our overlay packages of libglvnd to fix this issue on all branches with nvidia v384.111 drivers …
Black screen on plasma and Intel graphics after reboot. Ctrl-Alt-Backspace solved it.
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There are problems and risks associated with this.
That command will not accurately find all dependencies on the packages it says are safe to remove.
If you arbitrarily feed the list it coughs up into a pacman -R command you will often come across additional dependencies which your command did not discover.
The good thing is that pacman will fail, but provide the names of the packages that still have dependencies which your command did not discover.
[jsa@Gate ~]$ sudo pacman -R directfb kdepimlibs4 lib32-libtxc_dxtn libakonadi-qt4 libkcddb4 libkcompactdisc4 libmusicbrainz3 libtxc_dxtn checking dependencies... error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies) :: audiocd-kio4: removing libkcddb4 breaks dependency 'libkcddb4' :: audiocd-kio4: removing libkcompactdisc4 breaks dependency 'libkcompactdisc4' :: kdemultimedia-kscd: removing libmusicbrainz3 breaks dependency 'libmusicbrainz3'
Once you get this list of remaining dependencies,
You are better off to first Manually remove the packages listed as still depend on your removels. (audiocd-kio4 as an example in above).
Then attempt your command, and subsequent removal step again.